Nurturing future scientists is a daily mission for Tracy Gray, the CEO and founder of Sankofa Global STEM Tinker Workshops.
During a recent event at Gracie Mansion, First Lady Chirlane McCray was among the speakers, and she recounted a story about her great-grandmother, Louisa Parris. She was from Barbados, and my profile last week of C.L.R. James, a native of ...
The W.E.B DuBois Scholars Institute, founded by Dr. Sherle Boone in the 1980s, was created with the intention of providing minority students with the opportunity to learn from some of the brightest minds of our time.
Hailing from Yonkers, N.Y., esteemed educator and artist, Joshua Bennett has gained international recognition as a talented poet and voice for young people.
During a recent panel at Revolution Book store in Harlem, the subject of revolution dominated the discussion.
Since the summer started, the children at C.S. 154 Harriet Tubman Learning Center have only been able to enjoy their playground a few times.
I congratulate my son, Adigun Olusola, on the successful completion of middle school!
Last week, we profiled Frederick McKinley Jones, an inventor who, for the most part, was unknown and unheralded. His African-American female counterpart, equally obscure, is Sarah E. Goode. Goode is often cited as the first Black woman to be granted ...
The calendar turns to August; summer is nearing its end. You've completed all the preparations needed prior to freshman year. Your student is headed off to college in the fall.
Dozens of community builders, artists and educators started a two-week-long mural project this weekend called, “From Harlem with Love: A Mural for Yuri and Malcolm X,” to commemorate the legacies of the late civil rights activists.
The Hot Summer Nights! free outdoor concert series is set to begin Saturday July 9 at the Lighthouse Bandshell on the campus of Kingsborough Community College in Manhattan Beach, Brooklyn.
The New York Urban League recently honored 22 Whitney M. Young Jr. Scholars in a ceremony hosted by the NYUL Young Professionals at Harlem School of the Arts.
Along with thousand of students all over the globe, I graduated from high school this past week.
Whereas some children look for leaders on television and media, others in the New York City area are looking towards their communities.
There were rodents in the classroom and feces at the schools’ entrance.